Top 12 Led Zeppelin Wedding Songs Not Only For Dudes

Led Zeppelin is one of the greatest rock bands of all time comprised of Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham.

While not known for wedding songs, Led Zeppelin songs can be incorporated into any wedding ceremony and reception.

led zeppelin wedding songs

All My Love

Released in 1979 on the album In Through the Out Door

Probably the most popular Led Zeppelin wedding song. If you only include one Zeppelin song on your wedding playlist, this should be it and is the perfect first dance song.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

All of my love, all of my love, to you now

Kashmir

Released in 1975 on the album Physical Graffiti

Kashmir has a very recognizable riff that has a build-up that would be perfect for a cake-cutting accent.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

I will return again
As the dust that floats finds you
We’re moving through Kashmir

Down By The Seaside

Released in 1975 on the album Physical Graffiti

Not your typical wedding song but if you are having a beach wedding, this song fits the theme.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

Sing loud for the sunshine
Pray hard for the rain
And show your love for lady nature

The Rain Song

Released in 1973 on the album Houses of the Holy

Not your traditional wedding song but could be used to accompany the processional, recessional, cake cutting, first dance, or last dance song.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

But I know that I love you so
Oh, but I know
That I love you so

Over the Hills and Far Away

Released in 1973 on the album Houses of the Holy

I love the guitar in this song! Could make a great recessional song or an upbeat first dance song.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

Hey lady, you got the love I need
Maybe more than enough

Stairway to Heaven

Released in 1971 on the album Led Zeppelin IV

STH is a slower-tempo song and makes for a great processional song. There are instrumental covers of this song as well if you don’t want the singing original version.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

Your head is humming and it won’t go
In case you don’t know
The piper’s calling you to join Him

Since I’ve Been Loving You

Released in 1970 on the album Led Zeppelin III

The song is a bit bluesy and doesn’t fit most weddings. But for pure Zeppelin fans, you could squeeze this in as a background song.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

‘Cause I love you, baby
How I love you, darling

Out of the Tiles

Released in 1970 on the album Led Zeppelin III

As you know, there are not many Led Zeppelin wedding songs. If you want to have a Rockin’ wedding reception, this song fits perfectly with the theme of love too.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

All I need from you is all your love
All you got to give to me is all your love

Celebration Day

Released in 1970 on the album Led Zeppelin III

Your wedding day is a celebration and Celebration Day would be a great addition to any recessional for Zeppelin fans.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

I’m so happy
I’m gonna join the band
We gonna dance and sing in celebration
We are in the promised land

Thank You

Released in 1969 on the album Led Zeppelin II

One of the best love songs by Led Zeppelin and can be included on any wedding playlist. It could be your first dance song.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

If the sun refused to shine
I would still be loving you
When mountains crumble to the sea
There will still be you and me

Whole Lotta Love

Released in 1969 on the album Led Zeppelin II

If you want a rock song for the wedding party introductions, this is a great song for you.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

I’m gonna give you my love
Whole lotta love

The Lemon Song

Released in 1969 on the album Led Zeppelin II

The lyrics don’t make for a great wedding song but is a perfect honeymoon song.

Lyrics To Inspire You:

Squeeze me, babe, ’till the juice runs down my leg
Do, squeeze, squeeze me, baby, until the juice runs down my leg
The way you squeeze my lemon

Led Zeppelin Highest-Ranking Singles

  • #4 “Whole Lotta Love, 1969
  • #15 Black Dog, 1971
  • #16 Immigrant Song, 1970
  • #20 D’yer Mak’er, 1973
  • #21 Fool in the Rain, 1979
  • #38 Trampled Under Foot, 1975
  • #47 Rock and Roll, 1972
  • #51 Over the Hills and Far Away, 1973
  • #65 Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman), 1969
  • #80 Good Times Bad Times, 1969

I hope you enjoyed my list of Led Zeppelin wedding songs.  If you have a song that should be included, please share it below so that I can add it.

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